Subha wants to live in a world where technology will take care of chores such as folding clothes and humans will have time to explore, create and communicate. She loves to be connected with and serve the community she is a part of. She is currently on the board or volunteers with area non-profits. When she is not at work or volunteering, you can find her curled up on the couch reading a book, binge watching Netflix or taking a leisurely bike ride. She loves to travel, not just to experience art and architecture but food and people.
Frantz Davies hails from Enid and after a stint in New York City returned to Oklahoma to make it his home. His thirty years' experience as an architect, notably as project manager and construction administrator on the BOK Center have exposed him to more rebar than most architects see in a lifetime. He agrees that god is in the details, and brings this commitment to all projects. As a gardener and volunteer at the Linnaeus Teaching Gardens in Tulsa, seamlessly weaving landscape and architecture are integral to Frantz’s design philosophy.
We dabble in a few things - glassblowing, re-purposing found objects, traveling and being involved in our community. Click here to learn a little more about us.